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2011-2012

Publications,  Conference Papers and Seminars Given by Academic Members (2011-2012)

 
CHEN, Albert H.Y.

Publications:

  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘Chinese Legal Developments 1949-2009: Review and Reflections’ in National Chengchi University Centre for Chinese Legal Studies (ed.), The Mainland Chinese Legal System in Transition. (Taipei: Yuanzhao, 2011), pp. 93-123.
  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘Development of Representative Government’ in J. Chan and C.L. Lim (eds.), Law of the Hong Kong Constitution (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell, 2011), pp. 215-47.
  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘Three Political Confucianisms and Half a Century’ in R. Fan (ed.), The Renaissance of Confucianism in Contemporary China (Dordrecht: Springer, 2011), pp. 205-23.
  • A.H.Y. Chen, An Introduction to the Legal System of the People’s Republic of China, 4th edn (Hong Kong: LexisNexis, 2011).
  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘Pathways of Western Liberal Constitutional Development in Asia: A Comparative Study of Five Major Nations’, International Journal of Constitutional Law, 8 (4) (2010), 849-84.
  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘The ‘Foreign Domestic Helpers Case’: The Relevance of the NPCSC Interpretation of 1999 and the Preparatory Committee’s Opinion of 1996’, Hong Kong Law Journal, 41 (2011), 621-33.
  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘The Congo Case’, Hong Kong Law Journal, 41 (2011), 369-76.
  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘The Rule of Law under ‘One Country, Two Systems’: The Case of Hong Kong 1997-2010’,National Taiwan University Law Review, 6(1) (2011), 269-99.

Conference Papers:

  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘Constitutionalism, Constitutional Resources and Constitutional Moments’, a paper presented at the Conference on Chinese Legal Philosophy, School of Law, Tsinghua University, Beijng, 22 June 2012.
  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘Pathways of Constitutional Development in Asia’, a keynote address delivered at the Annual Conference of the Chinese Research Association of Constitutional Law, Northwest University of Law and Political Science, Xi’an, 22-3 October 2011 (in Chinese).

Seminars/Lectures:

  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘Constitutionalism in Hong Kong and Taiwan’, an inaugural lecture delivered as honorary professor at the School of Law, Peking University, 5 December 2011 (in Chinese).
  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘Legal Education, Legal Scholarship and Their Contribution to Society’, a lecture delivered at the Department of Law, Beijing University of Forestry, 23 June 2012 (in Chinese).
  • A.H.Y. Chen, ‘Pathways of Constitutional Development in East and Southeast Asia’, a lecture delivered as honorary professor at the School of Law, Renmin University of China, 7 December 2011 (in Chinese).

CULLEN, Richard

Publications:

  • R. Cullen, D.W. Arner, B.F.C. Hsu, X. Yang and A. Wong, ‘Fiscal Policy and Financial System’ in J. Chan and C.L. Lim (eds.), Law of the Hong Kong Constitution (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell, 2011), pp. 321-58.
  • R. Cullen, X. Yang and C. Loh, ‘Executive Government’ in J. Chan and C.L. Lim, Law of the Hong Kong Constitution (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell, 2011), pp. 249-88.
  • R. Cullen, Y. Xu, and J. VanderWolk (eds.), Green Taxation in East Asia (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 2011), vol. I-XIV, pp. 1-290.
  • R. Cullen and S. YoungElecting Hong Kong’s Chief Executive (Hong Kong University Press, 2011) (in Chinese).
  • R. Cullen and K.S. Tso, ‘Using Opium as a Public Revenue Source—Not as Easy as It Looks: The British Hong Kong Experience’, British Tax Review, 2 (2012), 226-44.

FU, Hualing

Publications:

  • H. Fu, ‘Responses to Terrorism in China’ in V.V. Ramraj, M. Hor, K. Roach and G. Williams (eds.), Global Anti-Terrorism Law and Policy, 2nd edn (Cambridge University Press, 2012).
  • H. Fu, ‘The Varieties of Law in China’, China Rights Forum, 2 (2011), 56-63.
  • H. Fu and G. Zhu, Constitutional Rights and Constitutionalism: Studies of Constitutional Problems in Contemporary China (The University of Hong Kong Press, 2012) (in Chinese).
  • J. Beja, H. Fu and E. Pils, Liu Xiaobo, Charter 08 And the Challenges of Political Reform in China(Hong Kong University Press, 2012).

GU, Weixia

Publications:

  • W. Gu, Arbitration in China: The Regulation of Arbitration Agreements and Practical Issues (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell, 2012).
  • W. Gu, ‘The Development of the Legal System in Hong Kong and the Evolution of Its Legal Education’ in D. Tang and C. Chung (eds.), Cross-Strait, Four-Region Law Developments in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, and Macau: Legal Education for Lawyers and the Public (Taipei: Academic Sinica Press, 2011), pp. 421-44.

Conference Papers:

  • W. Gu, ‘Chinese Judiciary: Quo Vadis?’, a paper presented at the Conference on Asian Courts in Context,National Taiwan University, Taipei, 2012.
  • W. Gu, ‘From Civil Justice Reform in Hong Kong to Civil Procedure Law Reform in the Mainland’, a paper presented at the 13th Annual Academic Conference of the Legal Research Centre of Peking University and the University of Hong Kong: Market Economy, Social Justice and Legal Development,Hong Kong, 9-10 December 2011.
  • W. Gu, ‘Hong Kong’s ADR in Transition: Change and Continuity in Its Ideas’, a paper presented at theInternational Conference on ADR and Arbitration under Multiple Cultural Perspectives, Institute of ADR & Arbitration, Shanghai University, Shanghai, 23 March 2012.
  • W. Gu, ‘Securities Arbitration in China: An Alternative to Private Enforcement of Securities Regulation’, a paper presented at the Conference on From Economic Development to Human Flourishing: The Case of China,the University of Hong KongHong Kong, 6-7 December 2011.
  • W. Gu, ‘The New Hong Kong Arbitration Ordinance: Merging of Split Regimes’, a paper presented at theConference on Judicial Review over Arbitration, Zhuhai Intermediate People’s Court and University of International Business & Economics, Zhuhai, 2011.

Seminars/Lectures:

  • W. Gu, ‘International Commercial Arbitration in the Greater China Context’, a lecture delivered at Law School, East China Normal University, Shanghai, 2012.
  • W. Gu, ‘Public Policy in Greater China’, a lecture delivered at East China University of Political Science and Law, Shanghai, 2012.

LENGJing

Conference Papers:

  • J. Leng, ‘Informal Financing in China’s Private Sector’, a paper presented at the 13th Annual Academic Conference of the Legal Research Centre of Peking University and the University of Hong Kong: Market Economy, Social Justice and Legal Development, Hong Kong, 9-10 December 2011.
  • J. Leng, ‘Informal Financing in China’s Private Sector’, a paper presented at the Conference on From Economic Development to Human Flourishing: The Case of China, the University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 6-7 December 2011.

Seminars/Lectures:

  • J. Leng, ‘The Role of Informal Finance in Economic Development: The Case of China’, a lecture delivered at Law School, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics, Shanghai, 6 March, 2012.
  • J. Leng, ‘The Role of Informal Finance in Economic Development: The Example of Informal Credit in China’, a lecture delivered at KoGuan Law School, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Shanghai, 7 March 2012.
  • J. Leng, ‘Regulating Listed Companies from PRC: How Taiwan Could Learn from Hong Kong’s Experience’, an invited speech at the International Symposium on Current Trends in International Corporate Governance, National Taiwan University, Taipai, 12 July 2011.

LI, Yahong

Publications:

  • Y. Li, Butterworths Hong Kong Patents Handbook, 2nd edn (Hong Kong: LexixNexis, 2011)
  • Y. Li, ‘Intellectual Property Law’, in B. Liang and H. Lu (eds.), Book Series on Western Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences: Jurisprudence (Beijing: China Renmin University Press, 2012)
  • Y. Li, ‘Intellectual Property and Innovation: Case Studies of China’s High-Tech Industries’, Oregon Review of International Law, 13(2) (2011), 263-304.
  • Y Li., ‘Intellectual Property and Public Health: Two Sides of the Same Coin’, Asian Journal of WTO & International Health and Policy, 6 (2011), 389-427.
  • Y. Li, ‘The Challenges for the Enforcement against Copyright Violations in China under the Trips Agreement’, Frontiers of Law in China, 7(2) (2012), 244-68.

Conference Papers:

  • Y. Li, ‘Changing Face of Patent Litigation in China-Local Companies as Plaintiffs against Their International Competitors’, a paper presented at the 8th Annual Asia-Pacific IP Forum, Hong Kong, 29 September 2011.
  • Y. Li, ‘Copyright Protection for Hong Kong’s Audiovisual Works’, a paper presented at the 3rd Annual Cross-Strait Forum on Copyright System, College of Law, National Chengchi University,  Taipai, 23-4 October 2011.
  • Y. Li, ‘Hypocritical Constitutionalism: A Root for the Development of a Hypocritical Society in China’, a paper presented at the 4th Asian Constitutional Law Forum: Constitutional Law in the First Decade of the 21st Century, Center for Comparative and Public Law, The University of Hong Kong, 16-17 December 2011.
  • Y. Li, ‘Intellectual Property and Public Health: Two Sides of the Same Coin’, a paper presented at 2011 Conference on International Health and Trade: Globalization and Related Health Issues,Department of Health, Executive Yuan, Taiwan and Asian Center for WTO & International Health Law and Policy, College of Law, National Taiwan University, Taipai, 5-6 August 2011.
  • Y. Li, ‘The Trend of IP Litigation in China’, a paper presented at the IP Law Asia Summit, Marcus Evans, Singapore, 20-2 May 2012.

 

 

SUN, Haochen

Publications:

  • H. Sun, ‘Can Louis Vuitton Dance with Hiphone? Rethinking the Idea of Social Justice in Intellectual Property Law’, University of Pennsylvania Journal of Law & Social Change, 15 (2012), 389-434.
  • H. Sun, ‘Fair Use as a Collective User Right’, North Carolina Law Review, 90 (2011), 125-202.

YU, Guanghua

Publications:

  • G. Yu, The Role of Law: Alternative Theoretical Approaches (Beijing: Law Press, 2011).
  • G. Yu, ‘Contract Enforcement in China: Theory and Facts’, Falv He Shehui Kexue (Law and Social Sciences), 9 (2012).
  • G. Yu, ‘Secured Finance Law in China and Hong Kong’, Banking & Finance Law Review, 27 (2012), 543-7.

Conference Papers:

  • G. Yu, ‘Contract Enforcement in China: Theory and Facts’, a paper presented at the 7th International Interdisciplinary Social Science Conference, Barcelona, Spain, 27 June 2012.

Seminars/Lectures:

  • G. Yu, ‘Law, Economic Development and Implications for Human Rights in China’, a lecture delivered at the School of Law, University of Pennsylvania, 20 February 2012.
  • G. Yu, ‘Path Dependence and Interconnected Institutions: Transplantation of the Institution of Derivative Action’, a lecture delivered at the Clarke Programme of East Asian Law and Culture of School of Law, Cornell University, 1 February 2012.

 

 

ZHANG, Xianchu

Publications:

  • X. Zhang, ‘Company Law Reform in China’ in J. Garrick (ed.), Law and Policy for China’s Market Socialism(London: Routledge, 2012), pp.39-54.
  • X. Zhang, ‘A Critical Review of Progresses and Challenges of Cross-Border Judicial Assistance in Civil and Commercial Matters between Mainland China and the Hong Kong SAR since 1997’, Law Review of People’s University School of Law, 2(2012), 3-41.
  • X. Zhang, ‘Public Policy in Regional Judicial Assistance: A Recent Hong Kong Case’ in E. Zheng (ed.),Research on Foreign Related Commercial Trials in China, 2(2011), 225-240.
  • X. Zhang, ‘Institutional Challenges to Indigenous Innovation in China’, International Journal of Arts & Sciences, 12 (4) (2011), 223-228.
  • X. Zhang, ‘Interdisciplinary Legal Education: A Developing Ideology and Practice’ in T.C. Tang & C. Chung (eds.), Cross-Strait Four Regions Law Development in Taiwan, China, Hong Kong and Macau: Legal Education for Lawyers and the Public (Institutum Inrisprudentiae, Academia Sinica: 2011), vol. I, pp. 223-230.

 

Conference Papers:

  • X. Zhang, ‘Too Big to Fail with Chinese Characteristics’, a paper presented at INSOL Europe Academic Forum and Nottingham Law School Joint International Insolvency Conference, Nottingham, 28-29 June 2012.
  • X. Zhang, ‘Legal Institutional Cooperation in Asia’s Integration’, a paper presented at 2012 Shanghai Forum, Shanghai, 26-28 May 2012.
  • X. Zhang, ‘Exploring an Alternative of Commercial Code in the Course of Civil Codification (Country report: China)’, a paper presented at 2012 International Congress of Comparative Law of the International Academy of Comparative Law on Codification, National Taiwan University, Taipei, 24-26 May 2012.
  • X. Zhang, ‘Recent Efforts to Improve Corporate Governance in Hong Kong’, a paper presented atInternational Conference on Business Law in 21st Century, National Chengchi University College of Law, Taipei, 22-23 May 2012.
  • X. Zhang, ‘Development of Indoor Management Rule in Corporate Law Practice in China’, a paper presented at the Annual PekingU-HKU Joint Conference of 2011, Hong Kong, 9-10 December 2011.
  • X. Zhang, ‘Developing Trends of Company Law Reform in Economic Globalization and Their Implication to China’, a paper presented at the 11th 21st Century Commercial Law International Forum: The Trend of Corporate Governance and Corporate Law Convergence in the Economic Globalization, Tsinghua University, Beijing, 12-13 November 2011.
  • X. Zhang, ‘Challenges to Indigenous Innovation in China: From Legal Perspective’, a paper presented at2011 Institute of Law for Science and Technology (ILST) Conference on Innovation, Competition and Regulation, National Tsinghua University, Taiwan, 4-5 November 2011.

 

 

ZHAO, Yun

Publications:

  • Y. Zhao, ‘Civil Aviation’, in Halsbury’s Laws of Hong Kong, 2nd edn (Hong Kong: LexisNexis, 2012), vol. VII, pp.159-914.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Civil Aviation’, in J. Chan and C.L. Lim(eds.), Law of the Hong Kong Constitution (Hong Kong: Sweet & Maxwell, 2011), pp.413-19.
  • Y. Zhao, Cyber Law in Hong Kong, 3rd edn (Netherlands: Kluwer, 2011).
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Discussions of Mediation Legislation in Hong Kong, with Reference to People’s Mediation Law in China’, in B. Zhao and G. Zhao (eds.), Collection of Essays on Studies on Cross-Border Transfer of Illicit Money and Goods, Bribery in the Private Sector and Drug-Related Crimes (Beijing: Social Sciences Academy Press, 2011), pp. 129-36.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Online Dispute Resolution in Asia’, in M.S.A. Wahab, E. Katsh and D. Rainey (eds.), Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice (Hague: Eleven, 2012), pp. 499-504.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘A Discussion on Civil Justice Reform in Hong Kong’, Judicial Reform Review, 14 (2012), 362-75.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Institutional Capacity Building for Space Law Cooperation in the Asia-Pacific Region’, Journal of Beijing Institute of Technology (Social Sciences Edition), 13 (2011), 90-5.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Issues of Mediation Legislation in Judicial Reform in Hong Kong’, Southeast Justice Review, (2011), 24-35.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Liberalization of Legal Services under the CEPA Framework between Mainland China and Hong Kong’, Legal Issues of Economic Integration, 38 (2011) 321-39.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Mediation Immunity in Hong Kong’, Asian Dispute Review, (2011), 117-20.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Rescue Agreement in the Era of Commercialization’, Space Law Communications, 28 (2012), 7-9.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Revisiting Selected Issues in the Draft Protocol to the Cape Town Convention on Matters Specific to Space Assets’, Journal of Air Law and Commerce, 76 (2011), 805-31.
  • Y. Zhao and A.K.C. Koo, ‘Revisiting the Issue of Mediator Immunity: The Way Forward for Prospective Mediation Legislation in Hong Kong’, Hong Kong Law Journal, 41 (2011), 677-96.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘The Space Law Protocol and its Relevance to Space Legislation’, Space Law Communications, (2011), 24-6.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘The Way Forward for Promoting Awareness of Space Law in Asia: A Proposal for Institutional Capacity Building’, Journal of East Asia and International Law, 4 (2011), 335-49.

Conference Papers:

  • Y. Zhao, ‘A Comparative Study of Mediation Enactment in Mainland China and Hong Kong’, a paper presented at the 13th Annual Academic Conference of the Legal Research Centre of Peking University and the University of Hong Kong,: Market Economy, Social Justice and Legal Development, Hong Kong, 9-10 December 2011.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Development of Rescue Agreement in the Era of Commercialization’, a paper presented at the CASS Forum & 8th International Law Forum on New Development of International Law in an Era of ChangeChinese Academy of Social Science, Beijing, 26-7 November 2011.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Discussions on Mediation Legislation in Hong Kong’, a paper presented at the International Forum on Private International Law in the Context of Globalization: Opportunities and Challenges, Beijing, 22-3 October 2011.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Legal Issues in China’s Possible Participation in the International Space Station (ISS)’, a paper presented at the International Astronautical Congress, South Africa, 3 -7 October 2011.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Mediation Immunity and Future Mediation Legislation in Hong Kong’, a paper presented at theADR and Legal Practice in Contemporary Perspective Festival, Law School, Shantou University, 2012.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Promotion of Space Law in Asia-Pacific’, a paper presented at the APSCO Space Law & Policy Forum, Beijing, 19-21 June 2012.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Rescue Agreement and Its Further Development’, a paper presented at the Symposium on Current Situation and Future Development of Space Law, Bureau of Science, Technology and National Defense, Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Chinese Society of Space Law, Harbin, 2011.

Other Outputs:

  • Y. Zhao, ‘Contracting for Space: Contract Practice in the European Space Sector’, Hong Kong Law Journal, 42 (2012), 283-5.
  • Y. Zhao, ‘Redefining Sovereignty in International Economic Law’, Hong Kong Law Journal, 41 (2011), 891-3.

 

ZHENG, Ge

Publications:

  • G. Zheng, ‘Death Penalty and the Culture of Violence’, Century Weekly, 32 (2011), 90-1.
  • G. Zheng, ‘Even if the Truth Cannot be Ascertained, Justice Can be Achieved’, Century Weekly,, 27 (2011), 90-1.
  • G. Zheng, ‘How Could Constitutional Rights Give Way to Administrative Convenience?’, Century Weekly,, 30 (2011), 88-9.
  • G. Zheng, ‘How to Protect the Good Samaritans?’, Century Weekly, 34 (2011), 90-1.
  • G. Zheng, ‘How to Walk Out of the Paradox of Letters and Visits?’, Century Weekly, 29 (2011), 82-3.
  • G. Zheng, ‘Taming the ‘nobles’ with rule of law’’, Century Weekly, 38 (2011), 102-3.
  • G. Zheng, ‘When Rights Meet Policy’, Century Weekly, 36 (2011), 102-3.
  • G. Zheng, ‘When the Political-legal Discourse Meets the Rule of Law Practice: A Cross-cultural Analysis on the Congo Case’, China Reform, 8 (2011), 60-6.